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Hi Ginny May, as far as I know they are not winter hardy.
As they are Succulents cut off the piece you want for a new plant and let it dry for a few days, then pot it up in gritty compost.
Often called Caper Spurge, because of the shape of the seed pods.
Something Bright and cheerful on a rainy day
I use Grobag Compost with some Perlite mixed in
I have Tomatoes, Antirhinum, and Verbina Bonerensis (sp)
All are growing well!
Just Found these on my computer
Taken last October
Google the british cactus and succulent society
I have kept Cacti and lithops in a unheated Greenhouse and now in a unheated Conservatory for years
As long as they are kept dry between November and Beginning of March they will be Fine
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